A MONTHLY SUPPLEMENT OF RAKAN SARAWAK BULLETIN

(People, events, activities and programmes which make for a total quality-managed Sarawak Civil Service)

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SARAWAK IQC '99 Plenary III  
 
The Quality Improvement Initiatives: Malaysia's Experience
By Y.Bhg. Dato' A. Aziz Mat
President, Institute of Quality Malaysia
 
Y.Bhg. Dato' A. Aziz 
Mat

In Malaysia, the rapid rate of infrastructure development, improved communication system such as establishment of multimedia supercorridor (MSC), and high visionary leaders in the Malaysian government is putting further thrust on collective quality improvement work in Malaysia. As conformity assessment is increasingly playing an important role in trade and commerce, domestically and internationally, there is a lot of demand for quality assurance. Thus, the nationwide strategy is formulated.

The success of quality initiatives is a cooperative and collaborative effort of those involved in the mission.
 

Role of Computerization in the Improvement Process
By Mr. Edward P.Kolinka
President & CEO, Quality International Ltd., USA
 

Mr. Edward P. Kolinka

What can computerization do for you and your organisation? The biggest payback of computerized quality informations system come from reducing the hidden cost of quality. Specific benefits include increased manufacturing productivity, reduced inventories, faster market response, improved service, better use of data, and technological parity with other company functions. In short, computerization allows a company to be a survivor in competitive world markets.

By exploiting the full potential of current computer technology, we can achieve a quantum leap in quality. And all of us can leapfrog into the future.
 

Quality and Business Strategy
By Engr. Jose Gonzalez Prado
General Director, Instituto Mexicano de Calidad; President, Asia Pacific Quality Organisation, Mexico
 

Engr. Jose Gonzalez 
Prado

Companies and organisations have to implement a Modern Total Quality Management System if they want to be or remain successful. It is a management system for companies and institutions that assure a continuous improvement process in all the functions of the company as well as among the persons who from part of it. To be a world-class company requires world-class bosses and employees who are sincere, reliable, disciplined, and are good communicators.

It is absolutely necessary to make the commitment of contributing to make a better world fostering human values, people who are transcendent, moral and social in all our sectors of influence.
 


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